A session on dyscalculia and difficulties with math and numbers by Susan Brooks, an Educational Psychologist

The aims of the session are for participants to:

• Gain further information about specific maths difficulties including dyscalculia

• To have more information about the profile of strengths and areas where support is likely to be needed.

• Take away some strategies to support Children and Young People.

Presented by

S Brooks Educational and Child Psychologist

C. Psychol, MSc, P.G.C.E. B Soc Sci (AFBPS).

Educational Psychologist, Registered Practitioner Psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council, Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow, British Psychological Society

Susan is a Chartered Educational Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. With more than 30 years’ experience in education, Susan was previously employed within Local Education Authorities as a teacher, special needs co-ordinator, educational psychologist and specialist educational psychologistSusan has worked with a wide range of families, local authority and independent educational provisions including ten years working as a consultant psychologist within an ASD specialist provision. Susan works in association with a group of other psychologists and related professionals.